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Old 04-08-2008, 02:12 PM
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If that were the case I'd send them one just so you guys could get them in a regular amount of time. I don't seem to have trouble getting them to the UK, Africa, NZ etc. in a week or week and a half????
Just got my package today, patience was all that was required........Thanks!!
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Old 04-08-2008, 03:27 PM
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(border guards probably have it out on their coffee breaks trying to polish up their guns and skills).
You Got in Trouble! :-) Now you have to appologize to the border gard! I surely would not want to be in your shoes. :eek:
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Old 04-11-2008, 08:54 AM
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I have received a few questions from members about things on the video:

1. On the box test you are in fact aiming at the center of the target and dialing to hit the 4 corners of the box.

2. Vertical despersion of the bullet from wind and from thermals are to different things. The thermal effect comes from cool air warming and rising or warm air cooling and dropping, effecting the bullets elevation. Vertical from wind is caused by a horizonal wind component blowing over a terrain feature and you could potentially have both at the same time.

3. Yes, rifles chambered in calibers other than 338 Edge will work. I just happen to like that one.;)
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Old 04-11-2008, 11:21 PM
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Not pressuring, just curious. There are many unexplained reasons for delays across our "free-trade" border but if I know it's been sent I'll know where it is (border guards probably have it out on their coffee breaks trying to polish up their guns and skills). Thanks for the reply!! Looking forward to the video
Mine took some time to get up here also. But it did arrive, and I watched it for the first time today. Really enjoyed it, learned lots, and I know I'll pick up more the next time I watch it. Great work on the video Shawn. In front of the camera also, maybe you should get in on some action films next. You could pick up the Sniper series at #4 taking over from Tom Beringer. Thanks again Shawn, great dvd!
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Old 04-16-2008, 08:16 AM
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Thanks. I'd have to pass on the Miramax deal though;). Besides I just don't think I could look throught that stupid digital scope reticule with a straight face.
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Old 04-16-2008, 10:05 AM
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I got mine in record time and I have to say, this thing is worth every penny I paid! The production values are way above what I expected. No constant rushing of wind in the background, no fadeout of voices due to background noise, no image washout because the camera is pointed into the sun. You can laugh, but a whole bunch of videos put together by hunting and shooting experts have all of those problems and more.

The information is well plotted out, the presentation is articulate and concise, and there is no "filler" footage in the entire thing. All in all, if this is Shawn's first effort, you can bet that he has raised the bar for everyone and his next video might just put anything produced by Miramax to shame!
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Old 04-16-2008, 12:19 PM
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Something I liked alot was how Shawn would go over a chunk of content then put in a few field/hunting shots to break things up.
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